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Jubilee line services returning to normal after woman trapped under train

The incident happened in Edgware and resulted in no trains running between Stanmore and Wembley, and serious rush hour delays

British Transport Police and firefighters were at the station in Edgware(Image: British Transport Police)

Commuters across London faced major delays after a woman was hit by a train during the morning rush hour on Friday (February 24).

The incident happened on the Jubilee line at Queensbury Station in Edgware, shortly before 7.15am.

Emergency services were called to the scene and British Transport Police (BTP) said the woman was taken to hospital with injuries not thought to be life threatening.

Emergency services were called at around 7.15pm(Image: British Transport Police)

Jubilee line delays: Updates as severe disruption to rush hour commute after person trapped under train

The Jubilee line fully reopened at 8.20am, but Transport for London (TfL) said commuters would expect severe delays as the service gradually returned to normal.

London Fire brigade said it was called to help free an adult female “trapped under a train”.

TfL said London Underground tickets are being accepted on other services including DLR and local bus services.

An ambulance outside Queensbury Tube station(Image: British Transport Police)

Londoners have endured a difficult commute this week, with a Tube strike disrupting services on Wednesday (February 22) and then Storm Doris wreaking havoc the following day on Thursday (February 23).

The Jubilee line runs from Stanmore, though Wembley, Neasden , Willesden Green and Kilburn and into Westminster before heading to Stratford.

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